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Fuel Scarcity: Reactions Trail FG’s ‘Not time to query anyone’ Statement

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Questions are still being asked as to whether there will be consequences and punishment for those responsible for allowing the imported adulterated petrol into the Nigerian market.

A statement credited to the Minister of State for Petroleum, Timipre Sylva, responded to the ‘heads must roll’ call of some Nigerians, following the lingering fuel scarcity resulting from the situation.

“It is therefore not a time to query anyone but a time to come together to salvage the plight of the average Nigerian. After the storm settles, there will be time enough to investigate and get to the bottom, so that this does not repeat itself”, the statement said.

Callers on Nigeria Info’s Hello Port Harcourt reacted differently to the statement, especially the aspect of punishing those culpable.

While one caller believes the statement further “ignites the anger of Nigerians”, another describes the author of the statement as “his homey”.

Listen to more of what these callers had to say below >>>



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